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What would the world be without Che Guevara?

Raúl Alberto Antonio Gieco (Argentina, 1951), universally known as León Gieco, is one of the big names of rock in Argentina, here it is a special interview he gave to Cubanow. Read More

Casa de las Américas taken by young art

Creators of more than 10 countries are the protagonists of Casa Tomada or the 2nd Meeting of Young Artists and Writers of Latin America and the Caribbean, that begin today December 15, at Casa de las Americas until December 18th. Read More

ALBA, a better world is possible, declared president Raúl Castro

Cuban President Raul Castro assured on Monday that, in their struggle against the dangers and challenges of today, the members of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas (ALBA) pledge themselves to a common ideal and commitment, knowing that a better world is possible. Read More

Agro-ecological farm and its many tasks in Cuban Agriculture

The use of animal traction, worm compost and other kind of manure, living fence-posts, the application of measures to protect the soils and minimal labour, are some of the tasks Agro- ecology includes. Read More

Coffee plantation continues to grow in Granma province

The Cuban province of Granma is planning to plant 604 hectares of coffee in 2010, which represents the largest planting of this crop for the last 15 years. Read More

Camaguey Ballet Company Celebrates its 42nd Anniversary

The eastern Cuban province closed the program dedicated to the 42 anniversary of the company with a version of Giselle by Jose Antonio Chavez, one of its choreographer. Read More

Unemployment counts with a study option in Cuba

Actions continue to be implemented at Ciego de Ávila province, to guarantee the advancement of the young people having no employment at all and more than twenty classrooms are ready for this school year. Read More

US senate passed a provision to ease sales to Cuba

U.S. farm groups, eager to increase sales to a market about 90 miles from the United States, have been at the forefront of efforts to ease the trade embargo on Cuba. Read More